Concept of Law in Biology Synthetic Biology - Towards an Engineering Science

Weitze M-D, Pühler A (2014)
European Review 22: S102-S112.

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The new research field of synthetic biology is emerging from molecular biology, chemistry, biotechnology, information technology and engineering. This paper describes synthetic biology as a Science of the Artificial' and identifies structural features of engineering sciences that can be applied to this new kind of biology as opposed to traditional biology. The search for laws already in traditional biology has been difficult. In Synthetic Biology, action and application stand in the foreground and laws increasingly lose ground as a meaningful concept.
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Weitze M-D, Pühler A. Concept of Law in Biology Synthetic Biology - Towards an Engineering Science. European Review. 2014;22:S102-S112.
Weitze, M. - D., & Pühler, A. (2014). Concept of Law in Biology Synthetic Biology - Towards an Engineering Science. European Review, 22, S102-S112.
Weitze, M. - D., and Pühler, A. (2014). Concept of Law in Biology Synthetic Biology - Towards an Engineering Science. European Review 22, S102-S112.
Weitze, M.-D., & Pühler, A., 2014. Concept of Law in Biology Synthetic Biology - Towards an Engineering Science. European Review, 22, p S102-S112.
M.-D. Weitze and A. Pühler, “Concept of Law in Biology Synthetic Biology - Towards an Engineering Science”, European Review, vol. 22, 2014, pp. S102-S112.
Weitze, M.-D., Pühler, A.: Concept of Law in Biology Synthetic Biology - Towards an Engineering Science. European Review. 22, S102-S112 (2014).
Weitze, Marc-Denis, and Pühler, Alfred. “Concept of Law in Biology Synthetic Biology - Towards an Engineering Science”. European Review 22 (2014): S102-S112.
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